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Point Loma High School Yearbook 1939 pages (ddr-densho-446-428)
doc Point Loma High School Yearbook 1939 pages (ddr-densho-446-428)
Sent by classmate Charlotte Peltcher to Ryo. Four yearbook pages on two sheets plus an extra sheet with a clean copy of Ryo's page
Interview with Ryo Tsai (ddr-densho-446-415)
doc Interview with Ryo Tsai (ddr-densho-446-415)
Written by Ryo Tsai's grandson David Lee for his high school heritage project
Photo of Morikawa children (ddr-densho-446-419)
img Photo of Morikawa children (ddr-densho-446-419)
Ryo with her siblings Anna, George, and Kenji (circa 1931 or 1932)
Photo of Point Loma High School officers (ddr-densho-446-427)
img Photo of Point Loma High School officers (ddr-densho-446-427)
Ryo was the Secretary of the Senior Class (circa 1939). This is the same picture used in the 1939 yearbook in [ddr-densho-446-428]
Letter from City of San Diego to Park Foreman and Employees (ddr-densho-446-420)
doc Letter from City of San Diego to Park Foreman and Employees (ddr-densho-446-420)
J. Morley, Superintendent of the San Diego Park Dept., gave permission to F.K. Morikawa to gather seeds and prunings in Balboa Park. This was written during the Great Depression.
San Diego Sun:
doc San Diego Sun: "She'll Help Greet" (ddr-densho-446-424)
Photo of Ryo Morikawa and commentary re: Point Loma High School's Senior A Prom
Carbon copy letter from Ai Chih Tsai to J.Y. Lai (ddr-densho-446-414)
doc Carbon copy letter from Ai Chih Tsai to J.Y. Lai (ddr-densho-446-414)
Responding to Mr. Lai's letter about the history of Christians in Taiwan. (3 pages)
Ryo Morikawa Recollections (ddr-densho-446-349)
doc Ryo Morikawa Recollections (ddr-densho-446-349)
Autobiography: Ryo's parents, Life in San Diego, 11 months in Japan, Evacuation, Married Life
Copy of letter from Ryo Morikawa to Charlotte Louise Peltcher (ddr-densho-446-426)
doc Copy of letter from Ryo Morikawa to Charlotte Louise Peltcher (ddr-densho-446-426)
Request by Ryo to classmate Charlotte for photos from 1939 yearbook that she lost during the war
Ryo Tsai: Keeping History Alive (ddr-densho-446-453)
doc Ryo Tsai: Keeping History Alive (ddr-densho-446-453)
Description of Ryo Tsai's life for the Strength and Diversity Exhibit: Japanese American Women 1885-1990
Photo of Kennosuke & Ayano Morikawa (ddr-densho-446-421)
img Photo of Kennosuke & Ayano Morikawa (ddr-densho-446-421)
Morikawa Nurseries with Ryo's notes about the property on the back: "Bought under the name of a nisei friend because aliens could not buy land. Later his children were land owners." (circa 1935)
Point Loma High School Commencement Program 1939 (ddr-densho-446-425)
doc Point Loma High School Commencement Program 1939 (ddr-densho-446-425)
Ryo Morikawa's graduation program. She was one of the few Nisei in her class of 144 student.
Carbon copy letter from Ai Chih Tsai to Ng Boksu (ddr-densho-446-413)
doc Carbon copy letter from Ai Chih Tsai to Ng Boksu (ddr-densho-446-413)
Responding to Ng Boksu's inquiry about Taiwanese in the U.S. just before WWII. (5 pages)
Photo of Kennosuke Morikawa funeral (ddr-densho-446-423)
img Photo of Kennosuke Morikawa funeral (ddr-densho-446-423)
Ryo's father was killed by a drunken driver near the Nursery on Nov 12, 1937 (photo taken in 1937)
The New Japanese American News 1949 Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-54)
doc The New Japanese American News 1949 Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-54)
Postwar directory of Japanese Americans living across the United States published by Shin Nichibei (Los Angeles Japanese newspaper). Names and community organizations are listed alphabetically by geographic region (states listed generally from west to east followed by Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Caribbean Islands, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and South America). Includes 220-page photographic advertising section for Japanese-owned businesses …
An oral history with Ronald Kawamoto (ddr-csujad-30-7)
av An oral history with Ronald Kawamoto (ddr-csujad-30-7)
An oral interview with Ronald Kawamoto, an incarceree at the Children's Village orphanage. The interview was conducted for the Children's Village at the Manzanar Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. The transcript is found in item:csufccop_cvm_0118. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 3591_T01
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